After School Programs

LWK After School programs

Life with Kids has partnered with numerous businesses to provide you with a wide variety of After school Programs for kids. Read Full Article

Birthday Parties

LWK Birthday Parties

Looking for something unique to do for your child’s birthday? Life with Kids is pleased to bring you a wide selection of great facilities to hold your child’s next Birthday Party. Read Full Article


LWK Childcare/Preschool

Looking for a great place for preschool or childcare? Check out some of Life with Kids partners, providing your child with quality preschool/childcare. Read Full Article

Lunch Box Do’s and Don’ts

Lunch Box Do’s and Don’ts

A lunch box filled with fun, healthy food not only makes kids happy: It also helps them perform better academically. But if you’re not careful, you could be packing food poisoning along with that tuna sandwich, says Bethany Thayer, a registered dietitian, spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association and mother of two. Follow these simple rules to make sure your child’s lunch box makes the grade:

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Battling Over Bedtimes? Not Anymore

Battling Over Bedtimes? Not Anymore

When it’s time to brush their teeth and go to bed, many kids go into meltdown mode. They refuse to put on pajamas, plead for “just one more story” and get up at least 10 times after they’re put to bed. Sound familiar? If so, you’re not alone. According to the National Sleep Foundation, two-thirds of American children experience frequent sleep problems, including difficulty falling asleep, stalling for later bedtimes and resisting going to bed. But just because this is a common problem doesn’t mean it’s inevitable. Follow these steps for combating bedtime bummers and put more ease into your z’s.

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Sibling Warfare? Stay Neutral


When your kids practically come to blows over which one got more cream cheese on their bagel, you know you’ve got a serious case of sibling rivalry. It’s likely you also know that there’s no avoiding it. “The only way to prevent sibling rivalry is to only have one child or to space kids 18 years apart,” says John Rosemond, author of The New! Six-Point Plan for Raising Happy, Healthy Children (Andrews McMeel Publishing). But while you may not be able to keep the peace between your kids, there are things you can do to squash the squabbling. Read Full Article